[…] Another quality of a superb logo is that it is clean and pleasing to the eye. There is no professional logo that looks like it is just a rough draft. It also does not have too much going on. A good logo does not look like a jumbled mess and people would be able to easily recognize your brand. The best logos out there are simple. Facebook for example is just an “F’ in side a blue box, simple yet productive. Graphic Designer Jacob Cass even says, “A simple logo design allows for easy recognition and allows the logo to be versatile & memorable” (., Cass, J. (2009, July 27). What Makes a Good Logo?. . Retrieved June 18, 2014, from http:///2009/07/27/what-makes-a-good-logo/ ). […]
She felt both terrified and relieved to put away her scale, delete her calorie-counting app, and start to rethink her beliefs around food and health. While most obesity docs insist that restrained eating—counting calories or points or exchanges—is necessary for good health, not everyone agrees. About 10 years ago, Ellyn Satter, a dietitian and therapist in Madison, Wisconsin, developed a concept she calls eating competence, which encourages internal self-regulation about what and how much to eat rather than relying on calorie counts or lists of “good” and “bad” foods. Competent eaters, says Satter, enjoy food; they’re not afraid of it. And there’s solid evidence that competent eaters score better on cardiovascular risk markers like total cholesterol, blood pressure, and triglycerides than non-competent eaters.
PDF (portable document format) is perhaps becoming a widely used format now. There are PDF-readers for all platforms (Windows, MacOS, Linux). This also guarantees that you can be confident that it will look as you intended, no matter what reader is used to view the document and it is also secure. Modern versions of Microsoft Word contain a PDF export function or you can download a free pdf converter such as Cute pdf : you install it and then "print" the document to a folder on your PC. PDFs can however sometimes prevent keyword-scanning software on job boards or applicant-tracking systems from picking up information that allows you to be found.